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PBS
Sep 28, 2010 7:00pm PDT
double its u.s. workforce this holiday season, adding 45,000 temporary workers. the toy seller has already announced plans for 600 temporary toys 'r us express shops. the associated press is reporting the f.b.i. and the labor department are investigating the former head of the service employees international union for possible corruption. at issue: andy stern's approval of a california union leader's salary. stern resigned from the union abruptly in april. >> tom: still ahead, tonight's word on the street is "frontier." find out why that could be the place for global investors with an appetite for risk. >> susie: $1,300 and then some-- that's where gold prices closed today. gold rallied for the fifth straight day to a new high of $1,308. the precious metal is up 32% in the past year as investors seek safety. long-time metals traders like m.f. global's kevin grady think the buying binge will continue. >> well, i think we definitely hit $1,400 by christmas and possibly $1,500. i think, you know, what you need to look at is, who is going to step up and sell it? the bottom line is that
PBS
Sep 2, 2010 7:00pm PDT
by wpbt >> tom: good evening, and thanks for joining us. ben bernanke said today it's a myth that lehman brothers could have been saved, perhaps preventing the financial crisis. susie, the fed chairman also says he's partly to blame for creating that myth. >> susie: tom, bernanke was the star witness on capitol hill today, answering questions from the financial crisis inquiry commission. the committee was commissioned by congress to figure out why lehman failed, and to answer the bigger question of what caused the financial crisis. >> tom: bernanke's testimony was a look at the lessons learned from the crisis and a look at how to prevent another one in the future. darren gersh reports. >> reporter: speaking to the financial crisis inquiry commission, federal reserve chairman ben bernanke admitted he thought lehman brothers was not merely facing a cash crunch when it failed. he thought the firm was very likely insolvent, a fancy way of saying it couldn't pay its debts. but in 2008, bernanke chose not to share that thought with congress. >> it was a judgment at that moment, with the system
WETA
Sep 30, 2010 6:30pm EDT
. joining us now with more on h-p is tom smith, equity analyst at standard and poor's. hi, tom. >> hi, thanks for having me. >> susieso is leo apotheker the right person for this job. >> hp could have chosen from all across silicon valley and they chose him. he is a guy with some stormy tenure in his last days at hp but he knows software deeply as does ray lane and i think he can steer the company in a useful direction by taking them into software. >> susie: so actually that is interesting. both-of-these two new top executives have software expertise. do you think that means that hp is going to move more in that direction and away from hardware and services? >> well, i think so. i think they have recently built up the services through the eds acquisition and hardware through 3come, the palm, the three par acquisitions this area and some others. so i think they are really set up well in hardware to expand in a comprehensive data center offering. but you want hardware software and services and software where they are looking-- lacking in terms of what shows as a percentage of total reve
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